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Hello I'm Scott J Letourneau CEO of Nevada corporate planners today we're gonna cover the five costly mistakes to avoid when forming a California LLC costly mistake number one not knowing the options and how the LLC is taxed federally you have four options you are LLC at the federal level could be a disregarded entity that means if you have earned income it'll show up on Schedule C in your personal tax return you also could be taxed as a partnership or an S corp or C corporation at the federal level keep in mind if you're forming an LLC taxed as an S corporation you'll have to file form 2553 at the IRS in California also requires an additional form to be filed at the state level C corporation file form 8832 federally costly mistake number two is not knowing how the LLC will be taxed at the state level in California you have four options if your disregarded entity you would pay an estimated amount of tax liability each quarter if you're an LLC taxes a partnership at the state level in California we'd pay an annual franchise tax fee of $800 plus the worldwide gross receipts tax which is the table that kicks in at $250,000 of gross revenue above that table means that 250,000 to 500,000 for example of gross revenue you'd pay an additional $900 a worldwide gross receipts tax the table goes up to if you did five million or more gross revenue you'd pay the maximum 11 thousand seven hundred ninety dollars at the state level for a worldwide gross receipts tax you also at the state level if you had an LLC taxes an S corporation you'd pay 1.5 percent tax on net profits meaning a minimum of eight hundred dollars a year they do waive the $800 minimum tax fee the first year of an S corporation keep in mind depending upon your profit level you may be paying that fee anyways for example if you were going to have a net profit of fifty three thousand three hundred thirty three dollars times one and a half percent you'd pay about eight hundred bucks on that first year see LLC taxes a c-corporation would pay 8.84% net profits you will pay a minimum of $800 of franchise tax per year costly mistake number three is forming an S corporation versus an LLC taxes an S corporation to save the hundred dollar franchise tax fee up front I talked about this a little bit the LLC tax is an S corporation has an extra layer liability something called the charging order protection which makes a little more difficult for somebody to get controlled the membership or the ownership of an LLC although californian 2004 changed their charging order statutes to make it a two-step process it still has some extra layers of protection it's very typical for somebody just want to form an S corp because you don't have to

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What things are native Americans allowed to do that other Americans cannot?
A2A.Before getting into it, some background. The term “Native Americans” refers to any person who is a member of one of the hundreds of tribes and nations indigenous to what is now the United States. Sometimes the term includes similar people in Canada.You ask “What things are native Americans allowed to do that other Americans cannot?” and I suspect you mean Native Americans as I describe, not “native-born” Americans, so I will answer accordingly. I will also interpret “allowed” in a legal sense. Rephrasing your question in that light:What acts are legal if a Native American does them, but illegal if some other American does them?In a legal sense, Native American tribes are treated like dependent sovereign nations, and a “Native American” is essentially a citizen of one of these nations. The term is not racial in nature, but ethnic. These nations each have their own tribal government and laws, the way states do. The laws generally only apply to territory belonging to the tribe (like a reservation), or to regulations concerning tribal-run businesses and operations.So, part one of the answer to your question: A member of a tribe can do anything that the laws of that tribe give them the right to do. For instance, as a member of a tribe, you can vote in tribal elections and run for office. Non-members, even if they live in tribal territory, are not allowed to participate.Part two. Tribal laws might enforce restrictions on tribal land, say for holy sites. Outsiders may be forbidden entry, but tribal members can enter.Note for each of these, Native Americans of other tribes are also barred. The laws of one tribe only apply to members of that tribe.Part three. As sovereign entities under federal law, the tribes themselves are granted various privileges and rights. For instance, you cannot sue an Indian tribe without its consent, any more than you can sue a state or the US government without its consent. (This is a principle called sovereign immunity, granted by federal law). If you enter into a contract with an Indian tribe, you better put in the contract that signing is consent to sue for breach of contract, or you’ll be SOL if the tribe doesn’t keep up its end of the deal. The Supreme Court was very clear about this.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ki....Fourth, state governments are more or less unable to govern or regulate what goes on inside the property of the Indian tribe located within its boundaries, except when federal specifically gives them the ability to. They cannot enter a reservation without permission, even to execute a warrant (although they can prosecute for crimes committed there.) They cannot enter a tribal building without permission, and so on. Tribal members are not subject to non-criminal regulations when on tribal property (but are subject to the tribe’s regulations).Fifth, state governments cannot tax the property on the Indian tribe’s land. They cannot levy sales tax for sales made on tribal land to tribal members. They cannot seize this property via eminent domain. As a result, Indian tribes or tribal members sometimes run businesses that avoid costly “sin taxes,” notably liquor and cigarette stores.Sixth, tribes sometimes build casinos on their land, too. This takes advantage of the state’s inability to regulate commerce on tribal land. If a state completely bars casino gambling, its restriction is not a mere regulation but a criminal clause. States can impose criminal restrictions on Indian land, so a total ban prevents tribes from flouting that law.If some gambling is allowed, then the nature of what’s allowed becomes regulation, rather than criminal statute. In that case, the states cannot regulate tribes, so even if the state regulation makes it legal to open a slot house, but illegal to open a poker room, that restriction doesn’t apply to a Native American tribe. If the state allows bingo, a tribe can build a poker den. This situation caused a lot of mess, so Congress passed the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, which lends each state the power to restrict tribal gaming to certain categories, based on their legality in that state. If a state allows bingo, a tribe can build a bingo hall, but not necessarily a casino with cards.In that sense, Indian tribes cannot open a casino in any state where non-Indians also cannot. They can put a casino on their land and avoid some taxes, which confers an advantage business-wise.
How does an out-of-state undergraduate student establish California residency to get in-state tuition at a UC school?
As a UC gradute student I was told that the following steps would establish residency: Open a bank account at a local branch with my CA address as contact info, and if possible, change or cancel other accountsRegister to vote in CaliforniaGet a CA drivers license.I did the first two within a week of arriving, and delayed getting a drivers license until February because I did not drive a car. I was able to be approved as a CA resident after the first year. (I think you are asking for undergraduates, so this may not be pertinent  to you specifically, but it also answers the question)
How long does it take to fill out University of California TAG?
It should not take more than an hour. I strongly suggest you complete it with a college counselor so you are taking the correct courses.The TAG agreement is a wonderful partnership between CA community colleges and the UC system, so take advantage of this service.
How can I get Legal Permanent Resident status (green card) for the USA?
The good news? There are quite a few ways to get a Green Card. The bad news? There are quite a few ways to get a Green Card.Before I go about rattling off all the ways you can qualify, keep in mind that whichever way you decide to go—make sure it’s the best option. You’d be amazed at how many people start down this road only to realize that they:1.) Don’t qualify for that route2.) Missed necessary steps and botched their approval chances.Don’t be that person.Here’s some ways you can go about it:Family:You can qualify you are an immediate family member of a US citizen (this includes: spouses, unmarried children under the age of 21, parents of petitions who are at least 21.You can also pick up a Green Card if you fall into the “preference category” which includes: unmarried children over the age of 21, married children of any age, and siblings of a petitioner who is at least 21.If you are a family member of permanent resident.Also, if you are a member of the “special category” of people that includes: battered spouse or child, K non-immigrant, child of a foreign diplomat, V non immigrant, or a widower of a US citizen.Employment:May be eligible if you are offered a permanent position in the US.If you are an investor or entrepreneur that is establishing a business that creates US jobs.Self-petitioning if you fall into “extraordinary abilities category”Available for certain “special category” jobsRefugee/Asylee:If you are allowed in the US as either a refugee or asylee then you can apply for permanent residency after one year.Other ways:Diversity Immigrant Visa ProgramK non immigrantLegal Immigration Family Equity ActSpecial Immigrant Juvenile StatusSo you do have some options when it comes to getting a Green Card. Like I said, you want to be sure that you choose the best option for yourself as all of these processes have their own set of requirements. Your best bet? Get in touch with an immigration attorney. They can give you some advice on where to start and help you go over your qualifications.If you aren’t sure where to look for a good lawyer, check out LawTrades. We connect clients with handpicked attorneys that are the best of the best. Our lawyers will put you first and make sure that you not only understand the Green Card process, but help you with your best chances of approval. Check us out and get in touch for a consultation.
How is a firearm purchased in America?
Thanks for the A2A.Here is an excerpt from one of my other answers on “gun control”:“Notwithstanding what you hear on the media, or from gun control groups, here is the REALITY of buying a gun:If I want to buy a gun, I go to my local gun store. I talk to the (knowledgeable, helpful and VERY aware of the law) clerk, discuss my desires and options, maybe hold a few guns (can’t fire them in my county), and make my selection. I pay a deposit. I fill out paperwork. They make a copy of my ID. I walk out, empty-handed. Anywhere from 10 to 20 days later (yes, I KNOW what the law says, I am telling you what actually happens), I get a call telling me the paperwork and background check are completed. I go down to the store, pay the balance of the purchase price, and . . . go home empty-handed, again. THEN I wait the mandatory 10 day “cooling off” period (how much “cooler” can I get??? I’ve ALREADY waited several weeks!), and go back and pick up my gun. If it doesn’t come with a trigger and/or action lock, they make me buy one. I have to certify that I have a gun safe to store it in. Easy, peasy, right??? Easier than buying a book, according to our President.Now, I had a desire to buy a particular rifle - an older rifle, no longer manufactured. I went on the Internet and found a guy who had one, and wanted to sell. President Obama says I can buy a gun over the Internet with no problem, and no paperwork, right? I had to (1) make the deal with the seller, over the Internet, then (2) I had to find a local FFL ( licensed federal firearms dealer) near me, who was willing to handle the transaction (many aren’t), and (3) the SELLER had to go find a local FFL near HIM (you can’t ship guns interstate except between FFLs), and (4) I had to pay fees to both FFLs (not beefing them - they deserved to be compensated for all the paperwork they had to do), and (5) the gun was shipped from the seller’s FFL to my FFL, and THEN, (6) I had to go through all of the stuff described above. Paperwork. 10 day waiting period. The whole parade.And the gun control folks want to make this MORE difficult????”Now, I live in the People’s Republic of Kalifornia,  so my experience is probably worse than it would be in most states, but the foregoing is an accurate description of what  happened the last two times I purchased guns.The GOOD news, to the extent there is any?  Your state (unless you live in NY, MA, NJ) is likely to be somewhat less burdensome.  The  folks at your local gun store  will be knowledgeable about the process, and will guide you through it.  Many states (the four I mentioned, plus Hawaii,  that I know of, have some version of an “assault weapons” ban.  CA and NY have limitations on the size of magazines (10 in CA, 7 in NY).  CA is proposing to ban ALL semi-automatic, magazine-fed rifles (including, for example, my son’s Ruger 10/22, .22  rifle, which he uses for varmint control and  target practice.  A .22.  But, gun grabbers aren’t rational, so what are you going to do?The folks at your local gun store will also be familiar with  state restrictions, they will not have guns in inventory or available for sale that are banned in your state.In addition, many states have  requirements on storage of guns, so you may ALSO have to purchase a gun safe and/or trigger or action lock (both of which must be “state approved” in CA).  Plan on spending at least several hundred dollars on the safe, maybe more.Your question suggests that you are not a gun owner, so I am assuming that you have little or no training  in firearms handling and firearms safety.  If that is correct, PLEASE  find a good firearms and firearms safety class, BEFORE you buy your gun.  The NRA holds such classes regularly, in most areas (it is the primary function of the NRA), and the classes are, in my experience, excellent.  ANYONE who will have access to your gun should have such training.Good luck!
How do I sell my car in California? What do I need to have filled out in the pink slip?
If the pink slip is in the seller’s name, the seller needs only:Release interest (sign and date line 1a). If there are two registered owners separated by the word AND, then you’ll need line 1b as well.Complete the odometer disclosure (reading, sign and date as seller). If the car is more than 10 years old, this portion is not required.Tear off the Notice of Transfer and Release of Liability. Collect the buyer’s information using this form. You could mail it in, but I recommend filing online instead.There’s no need for the seller to do anything else to the title. The back is for the buyer to worry about.If you have adequate time to prepare in advance, I recommend visiting DMV (or an auto club) to obtain two original watermarked REG 262 forms. These are transfer forms with signature lines for both buyer and seller. Complete and sign two originals, crossing out the power of attorney section. Each party keeps a fully executed original.If you can’t get hold of REG 262, you can download REG 135 instead, but these do not have signature lines for the buyer. Less than ideal, but better than nothing. Leave the DL number blank though. You don’t need to share that information.
Would you rather build a custom AR-15, or buy a rifle pre-built and customize it from there?
As someone who’s built an AR-15 from scratch, I would do it again in a heartbeat and will give the following reasons why it’s better to build one than buy one.This Is My Rifle, There Are Many Like It But This One Is MineI built my rifle from the ground up. I bought an 80% lower from Ares Armor (now Firearms Unknown), had it milled out at what’s known as a build party, bought the trigger mechanisms and the whatnot along with the upper receiver from Radical Firearms, the buttstock from Magpul, and the muzzle brake from again Ares Armor. While the sights came later, the basics cost me less than $800.The rifle was built the way I would’ve wanted it to be and I did it on my own accord with the help of some experts guiding me throughout the process.Now if I were to buy a rifle say from California, it’s an absolute nightmare and would cost me much more than I need to spend. I would have to head to the store, then buy a basic rifle or the best one around. A basic rifle would cost anywhere from $500 to $800 plus tax so that would equate to $560 to $900. The best rifle and I’m talking something like Daniel Defense, would be anywhere from $1,000 and up plus tax.I’d have to fill out paperwork, prove that I’m a resident of the state, then within California, go through a ten-day waiting period thanks to the draconian laws there, and pass some sort of test that would examine my common sense. If the state had a reason not to give me the rifle, then I couldn’t take the AR-15 home.If all went well, then I would be allowed to buy the rifle then take it home, hoping the local SWAT team doesn’t show up at my door. But let’s just say that I wasn’t happy would the hypothetical rifle I had bought, and we shall use the best rifle, the Daniel Defense one as an example.I just spent maybe $1900 on this rifle but wanted to replace the muzzle brake, that can cost me anywhere from $60 to $200 dollars depending on the one I buy. We’ll go with $60.Before I forget, if I don’t want to get arrested in California, I have to make it California compliant.Crap.Because I don’t want to break the action every single freaking time, I’ll buy the Juggernaut Tactical Take Down pin, that will cost me $72. Later, I’ll get a Bear Flag Defense Featurelock in the future when it becomes trademarked. That will probably cost me $100 but I invest in it right now anyway. Next I’ll have to replace the stock with a fixed one. It’s no big deal because I could just weld it so that the collapsible stock becomes fixed. Otherwise, I’d shell out another $30 for the cheapest one on Armslist.The standard trigger isn’t making me any happier and I decide to buy a CMC flat trigger, which will cost me $170. The grip sucks to hold so I’ll buy a new one which costs me $30.Altogether, buying the rifle and customizing would cost $2,362 and a bullseye on my back for law enforcement. This is due to the fact that they have the rifle’s serial number in their database, and if they had reason to, can take my rifle away.With that money, I could’ve made a couple more rifles, or spent it on bullets, magazines, and a plate carrier to boot.Customizing a rifle from the ground up just requires you to find an 80%, a build party if you don’t want to buy a jig, and finding parts on the Internet. It’s completely legal, you don’t have to go through a draconian background check, and furthermore, you’d customize the rifle to how you want to be.That being said, I don’t have anything against buying firearms. You have the right to do so.